Bowling Green High School
April 29, 2016
KY Commissioner of Education Dr. Stephen Pruitt Visits BGHS
JROTC Awards Ceremony
Spring Choir Concert
WKU Hosts 12th Annual Strings Finale Concert
BGHS Bass Fishing Team makes strong showing at Regionals
ROTC 100th Anniversary 5K
Amanda Harder receiving a leadership award for her work with 4-H
BG Track and Field teams take first place at gator invitational
Prom will be Saturday, May 14 at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center. Tickets for BGHS Seniors are $15 per person. Tickets for all others are $25 per person. Tickets will go on sale during the 1st week of May.
Prom Dresses are available in the Youth Services Center free of charge. Students interested should stop by and see Mrs. Carrigan or Mrs. Perdue.
If your student is interested in traveling abroad in 2017 or 2018, please visit the links below and contact Ms. Lowder with any questions. Slots for each trip are filling up quickly, so reserve your place and lock in your price as soon as possible!
June 2017 Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France
Expand your cultural horizons without leaving home!
Since 2000, BGHS has had a partnership with Gutenberg Gymnasium (high school) in Erfurt, Germany. From October 23rd to November 6th, 2016, 2 teachers and 7-8 teens from Germany will pay us another visit. We are seeking hosts who can "adopt" a German during this time. German language background is a plus but not required. The students are advanced English learners seeking a full cultural immersion during their stay. All prospective hosts (parent and child) are invited to an informational meeting on Monday, April 25th, at 5:30 p.m. Please contact exchange coordinator Ferrel Rose with any questions. (email@example.com)
AP Exam Schedule
Upcoming Summer Camps
Softball - June 1,2,3 (Afternoon)
For more info contact Coach Bobbi Dotson - firstname.lastname@example.org
BGHS Senior Picnic
PowderPuff shirts are 14.00. They can be purchased at lunch in the YSC.
If you have alumni news, we'd love to hear about it and share it with the rest of Purple Nation. Send all news to email@example.com with a subject line: 'Newsletter.'
Several years ago, a friend of mine spent ten days one summer in the Bahamas sailing through the Atlantic waters and visiting the islands on a 78 foot ketch, which he tells me is a big sailboat.
As my friend shared with me how much fun he had, he told me something he found fascinating. One afternoon, as my friend and his crewmates were sailing in the afternoon sun, they watched the rain coming down off in the distance as the weather steadily moved towards them. The whole crew proceeded to eventually get heavily rained on for a little while before the sun came back out and the weather cleared up. That night, like every other night, the crew slept up on deck underneath the stars shining over the Atlantic.
I share this story because we are coming up on a very busy time of year for our students. The next two weeks will see hundreds upon hundreds of Advanced Placement tests and Compass tests being administered. Teachers will be wrapping up instruction and students will be finalizing last-minute projects and papers while also busily studying for final exams in three weeks.
This weekend, we are looking at the rain clouds coming towards us knowing that the next few weeks will be busy and tough. But we also see, not too much further, where the sun is returning and we'll have some time to relax. Let's all work together these next 15 school days to encourage and support our students as much as possible as we wind down this school year.